WEBINAR OVERVIEW

Since 1984, UW's accessibility task force has been working closely with departments and their faculty to educate and incorporate tools to facilitate classroom accessibility. UW's vision is to "educate a diverse student body" that values "excellence, collaboration, innovation, and respect."

At UW, they use two approaches to accessibility: accommodations, such as captioned videos, and universal design. With everything they implement they always ask, "how could we make this product more accessible and usable to all?" 

In this webinar, Terill Thompson, Sheryl Burgstahler, and Doug Hayman will describe their multi-faceted approach to video accessibility, including their strategies and funding model for supporting captioning on campus, their research into various methods of producing and delivering audio description, and tools they've developed to support their video accessibility goals. 

 Topics will include:

  • An overview of UW's accessibility policy and efforts
  • UW's strategies and funding model for supporting captioning on campus
  • Methods for producing and delivering audio description
  • Tools UW has developed to support  video accessibility goals
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September 21st, 2017 from 2pm-3pm ET

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VIDEO ACCESSIBILITY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

VIDEO ACCESSIBILITY AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

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FREE WEBINAR: Thursday, September 21st at 2pm ET

PRESENTERS

REGISTER NOW >>

REGISTER NOW

Thursday, September 21st

2pm-3pm ET

(Convert your time zone)

PRESENTERS

Terrill Thompson

Technology Accessibility Specialist

University of Washington

Doug Hayman

Senior Computer Specialist

University of Washington

Sheryl Burgstahler

Director of Accessible Technology Services

University of Washington

Sofia Leiva (Moderator)

3Play Media

Terrill Thompson

Technology Accessibility Specialist

University of Washington

Sofia Leiva (Moderator)

3Play Media

Sheryl Burgstahler

Director of Accessible Technology Services

University of Washington

Doug Hayman

Senior Computer Specialist

University of Washington